Egyptian schoolgirl becomes unlikely symbol for fight against corruption

A teenage girl has unwittingly become a symbol in Egypt’s fight against corruption after being marked zero in her final school exams.

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Have you appointed a guardian for your children?

While no one wants to consider the possibility of leaving their children behind, appointing a guardian can bring great peace of mind.

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7 things you need to know about Wills

Ensuring your last wishes are made can ease the burden for loved ones. Here are 7 things you need to know about making a will.

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Amal Clooney to be recruited for Australian refugee case

An Australian barrister has begun a campaign to recruit high-profile international lawyers to investigate offshore processing of refugees.

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Amal Alamuddin-Clooney in Athens fighting for return of Parthenon Marbles

Mrs Clooney was the latest exhibit at the new Acropolis Museum in Athens as she leads the case for the repatriation of the Parthenon marbles.

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California chefs serve up banned foie gras

California chefs are practicing culinary civil disobedience by serving banned foie gras to patrons – for free.

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Overseas adoptions set to get easier for Aussies

New laws will make adopting children from other countries a much easier process for Australians.

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Thousands march against gay-marriage in France

Thousands of French demonstrators marched along the River Seine to protest a new law allowing gay marriage.

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Let’s talk recognition

Australia’s indigenous community is hoping this week’s National Reconciliation events will guide the way for constitutional recognition.

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Saudi women could drive country to economic prosperity

The nephew of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah has made a case for women drivers in his country, arguing that it makes economic sense.

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Snow leopards make rare appearance via camera trap

Images of three snow leopards – a mother and her two cubs – have been recorded by a camera trap high in Tajikistan’s Pamir Mountains, indicating that a healthy population of the cats may be thriving in an area, despite the presence of legal hunters.

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MP horrified by altered bin Laden pic

A Spanish politician says he is “stupefied” by the FBI’s decision to use his photograph to compose its latest image of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and is considering taking legal action, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Sarkozy favors vote on potential full veil ban

French President Nicolas Sarkozy said on Wednesday that he favored a parliamentary vote on the potential ban of full Islamic veils in France that would be followed by legal steps after regional elections in 2010, MiNDFOOD reports.

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